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Air-to-ground

01 September 2010

There are a good few scenic views from Cave Hill Drive in St Lucy – especially if the picture of rusticity is being seen from the bus. Read More

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Smith's game is on

01 September 2010

BARBADOS seem to have a rising star on the golf horizon. Read More

Three overlooked by WICB

01 September 2010

Marquee West Indies batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan is among three high profile players overlooked by the West Indies Cricket Board for central retainer contracts. Read More

Treason charge

01 September 2010

KARACHI – The Lahore High Court has summoned the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, the federal sports minister and seven cricketers on September 7 to hear a petition calling for the players to face treason charges. Read More

Hotel safety checks starting

01 September 2010

Employers in the hospitality sector should soon get assistance in assessing the safety and health conditions at their hotels and restaurants, in an effort to reduce the likelihood of accidents occurring at these facilities. Read More

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Nathalya's eye on the reel world

01 September 2010

FROM THE TIME she was a little girl growing up in the suburbs of England, Nathalya Peters had always wanted to become a television presenter. Read More

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Gonsalves on 'warpath'

01 September 2010

INTERFERENCES in the domestic affairs, and election politics in particular, by foreigners in North America and Europe have been an old problem for some Caribbean countries ever since their independence from Britain. Read More

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Young talent back

01 September 2010

Young promising cricketers Rashidi Boucher and Miquel Cummins returned home yesterday from a three-month development cricket stint in England Read More

DEAR CHRISTINE: Christian friend let down by a 'mongoose'

01 September 2010

Dear Christine, Greetings to you and your many readers. I do love the advice you give. I have written to you before about this issue and I do need your advice. Read More

Kamla launches kids life fund

01 September 2010

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad – To mark Trinidad’s 48th year of independence, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar officially launched the Children’s Life Fund and urged all corporate entities and citizens to make a contribution. Read More

Lonely woman seeks companion

01 September 2010

Dear Christine, I am a 57-year-old lady looking for a companion. I am very lonely. Read More

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uneasy earl

01 September 2010

Turks and Caicos residents hunkered down in their homes yesterday as powerful Hurricane Earl howled over open seas toward the east coast of the United States. Read More

St Lucian footballer shot dead

01 September 2010

BROOKLYN – St Lucia’s leading goalscorer in the New York Caribbean Cup, Phillip Tisson, was shot dead early Monday morning, police have confirmed. Read More

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Check point

01 September 2010

A policeman man conducting a body search at a check point in Baghdad, Iraq, yesterday. Read More

Imam: Mosque a litmus test

01 September 2010

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – The imam leading plans for an Islamic centre near the site of the September 11 attacks in New  York said yesterday that the fight was over more than "a piece of real estate" and could shape the future of Muslim relations in America.... Read More

Father head-buttscrying baby

01 September 2010

EVERSON, Pennsylvania – A southwestern Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges that he head-butted and twisted the legs of his seven-week-old son because the baby would not stop crying. Read More

New ambulances for QEH

01 September 2010

TWO modernised custom-built ambulances worth nearly $400 000 have arrived from Turin, Italy, to boost the fleet at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Read More

Lynch on Best & Mason

01 September 2010

FORMER TOURISM MINISTER Noel Lynch was a guest player on the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation’s (CBC) Best & Mason radio programme last night. Read More

Blame mix-up, says Broomes

01 September 2010

The Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) did in fact have permission to hold a meeting at Alexandra School last Saturday. Read More

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Harper: Cave still not ready for disabled

01 September 2010

Harrison’s Cave has been congratulated for getting on board the Fully Accessible Barbados campaign, but it also received some criticisms yesterday from president of the Barbados Council for the Disabled, David "Joey" Harper. Read More

Trimart stores open again

01 September 2010

TRIMART SUPERMARKETS, which were closed by bailiffs last Friday, can now reopen their doors. Read More

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